When it comes to our health there are always myths of products that can help or things that you should or shouldn’t do and this is no different for our sexual health. There are many myths that surround sexual health and sexually transmitted infections in particular. Here are a few of them for you to take a look through.
- You can tell if someone has an STI – this is untrue. In fact many people don’t know that they have an STI until they use a Home StI kits Greenwich comapny such as https://www.greenwichsexualhealth.org/home_sti_kits/ to have a kit sent to them that can be completed in their own homes. Many STI carry very little if no symptoms.
- You only get STIs if you have lots of partners – it only takes one sexual act with someone who has an infection for you to contract an STI. If you have many sexual partners then the possibility of coming across an STI increases but any sexual activity, even with sex toys, carries a risk of transmission.
- Toilets seats can pass on STIs – No, this is untrue. Sexual activity and contact is the way in which these infections are passed on from one person to another.